I’m interested in writing within the tensions of our humanity with the both and: our joy and our grief, beauty and brokenness, courage and fear, celebration and rage, and everything in between.
My hope is that my writing has the ability to connect to what lies at the core of being human. Whether I am writing poetry, a newsletter, or an essay, my writing aims to be honest, attentive, and centered around connection. May these words housed here meet you and encourage you.
Introduction: I want to start this introduction with the words that close this compilation out; Caleb Burke’s final stanza of his beautiful poem captures what this compilation reveals: The more I look the more I find that it is not I that has found Love, but Love that has found me. This compilation was organized […]
What do you hear? Compilation June 2019 This writing compilation in many ways builds off of the previous conversations pieced together in the questions— What do you see? What does the world need more? What does the world need less of? And, just like the last two compilations, the conversations created are something special. There […]